Even though we’re still a few weeks before its release, Starfield has inspired its fanbase on a level that few games ever achieve. A few months back we reported that one (very) devoted fan has compiled a 1,000 page “Starfield Compendium” covering just about every detail of the game’s prelaunch period.
Another crafted a Starfield-themed Pip Boy (for those who don’t know a Pip Boy is a wearable computer from the Fallout series, which gives the player access to a HUD etc.). You can check this out over on starfielddb.com, by the way.
Now, modder Benito Quintanilla—better known online as modsbyben—has put together a gorgeous Starfield gaming PC in collaboration with AMD (check it out in the video at top).
This project was born out of Bethesda and AMD’s collaborative promotional giveaway of 500 Starfield Edition Radeon RX 7900 XTX Graphics Cards at Quakecon 2023, according to Ben.
AMD contacted me to work on an amazing project with Bethesda to create a custom 1-1 computer to be featured at QuakeCon in the theme of their new video game release for Starfield. I wanted the computer to feel as if it was a part of the game environment. In the game, you can design your own spaceship, and that was the concept behind this build.
His creation features one of those AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX GPUs. AMD of course will be Starfield’s exclusive partner on PC.
While the PC is obviously drool-worthy, it’s a one-of-a-kind item and will not be available for purchase. modsbyben specializes in these 1 of 1 custom computers; you can check out some of his other creations over on his YouTube channel.